Clinical significance of pathological eye movements in diagnosing posterior fossa stroke.

CONCLUSION Close observation of pathological eye movements such as disconjugate eye movements, multi-directional gaze nystagmus, and persistent unilateral gaze nystagmus may facilitate the effort of clinicians to arrange magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) study, because physical examinations may overlook the posterior fossa lesions. OBJECTIVE This paper… CONTINUE READING